I am not sure what to do at this point... I had a really lousy hatch, ended up with 4 chicks, 2 of which slowly faded away after fluffing up and seeming 'normal'. The first one to hatch has always been bright eyed and fine. The other one I have left is a Faverolle chick that hatched on Sunday, had spraddled leg and its toes were curling. So I used the bandaid method and put little boots on it with masking tape. Seemed to work, after 2-3 days like that, it stands fine with barely any curling. My problem is, the chick doesn't seem to be getting even close to normal. It won't eat on its own, basically stands in one spot with its eyes closed and head drooping. The first two faded away almost the same way, but this chick is just holding on and not getting any better. If you tap on the cage or startle it, it will open its eyes, chirp and run to a new spot, but then goes right back to sleep. I have been making it take water whenever I can get in there, given it drops of polyvisol and some sugar water. I even let some food get soggy in the water, so I could get some food in it with an eye dropper. Oh and I tried a little yogurt. It acts like anything entering its mouth is deadly and makes gasping movements for a couple minutes afterward. I am not sure if there is something else I can do, or if I should just cull it? I can't figure out why it hasn't died like the other two or even why they did, when the first chick is so lively. I think my feeding this one the only thing keeping it going. Should I just stop and let it pass away? It's very disappointing and frustrating. I really wanted a Faverolle, but I don't want it to be sickly or suffering.